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Woman connecting her hearing aids to her smart home.

Recall how the fascinating new future technology was going to bring civilization into the “world of tomorrow”? We’re currently living in a technological “golden age”, and the advancement of hearing aids is an important part of it.

Having the ability to connect to your computer, smartphone, or TV is something that many contemporary hearing aid models come with. This permits you to hear these devices better while also creating a more pleasant environment for those around you who are too polite to tell you to lower the volume on the TV.

For the purpose of recreation, these features are very good, but many users fail to set them up because they think that it’s too complicated. However, this could wind up being an expensive mistake.

Improved Connectivity Provides Another Level of Security

According to the Fire Protection Research Foundation, a substantial number of individuals aged 50 or older can’t hear their smoke detector. Do you have any rooms in your home where it would be hard to hear your smoke alarm? Even with hearing aids, this can be a challenge. Thankfully, this life threatening risk is already being reduced by new technology.

Each year, new devices are designed and made available to the public. Smart home systems often come with smoke detectors that can connect to newer hearing aids. This will allow you to hear the alarm from every room in your home. The technical process is similar to how hearing aids stream audio from your computer, tablet, or TV to your hearing aid. But connecting your hearing aid to your smoke alarm can actually save your life.

Hearing Aids Can Connect to Wi-Fi Doorbells

In addition to improving safety, there is excellent entertainment value in connecting your hearing aid to numerous devices inside your house, but the current movement in smart home technology is at your front door. Doorbells that can connect to Wi-fi are showing up in more and more homes. These kinds of doorbells offer the added benefit of a video and an audio feed.

That’s one more device in your smart home for your hearing aid to connect to and that’s good news. Not sure who’s at the door? You would know immediately with a wi-fi connected doorbell, which would transmit audio straight into your ear.

Why It’s Worth Setting up up

Lots of individuals fail to use these functions because they take a little time and effort to set up. But if you want a safer, more comfortable, and more enjoyable life, you need to understand that connecting your hearing aid to your smart home can help you have it.

The best part? When you purchase your hearing aids, we can show you exactly how to set them up. If you’re still struggling with the settings when you’re back at home, most hearing aids have abundant online information to help you understand the set-up process.

So to be direct, you’re missing out if you have newer hearing aids with wi-fi capabilities and you fail to take a few minutes to get them set up.

When to Update Your Hearing Aids

If you have older hearing aids they most likely don’t have very good connectivity options. Additionally, there are many technical improvements that are made every year to sharpen the overall audio quality of hearing aids. Improve your hearing and quality of life by making an appointment with us to discuss a hearing aid upgrade.

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